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Endpoint Protection for Managed Service Providers

Rapidly Changing Cybersecurity Landscape

As technology advances, so does the nature of cyber threats, which poses a consistent challenge for MSPs/MSSPs. With new threats emerging, adapting to new security measures to address risks, and understanding unknown attack vectors require constant monitoring, learning, and rapid response. Failure to keep up with changes in the cybersecurity landscape could leave clients vulnerable to cyberattacks and data breaches.

Diverse Client Needs and Regulatory Compliance

Tailoring services to meet the specific needs of each client, can prove to be difficult when unique I.T. environments and requirements are involved. MSPs must stay up-to-date and comply with various regulations such as data privacy laws and industry-specific regulations, which can be complex and time-consuming to navigate. ThreatLocker® provides a multi-tenant solution with granular policy control and real-time detailed reporting to help MSPs navigate the best services to fit their clients' needs.

Vendor and Tool Integration

Ensuring compatibility, managing updates, and proper integration with existing vendors and tools can be challenging for MSPs. The ThreatLocker® Cyber Hero® team is available 24/7/365 to provide guidance and assistance, whether it's policy optimization, fine-tuning allowlists, or resolving configuration issues. The ThreatLocker® Cyber Hero® team empowers MSPs to navigate complex policy requirements confidently, enhancing their ability to provide the best solution to their clients.

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Providing Protection & Earning Trust

ThreatLocker® is very easy to use. Most things are intuitive but when I need help the Cyber Heroes send me a quick tutorial video that solves the problem easily.
Chris S.
I love the storage policies that I've been able to create to enforce strict USB denial policies. The app whitelisting/blacklisting works beautifully.
Whit T.
Director of IT
ThreatLocker® has given us the peace of mind that we can defend our customers' environments from cyber threats.

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Proactive Approach to Cybersecurity

Unlike antivirus or traditional EDR, ThreatLocker® Allowlisting solution puts you in control of what software, scripts, executables, and libraries can run on your endpoints and servers. This approach stops not only malicious software in its tracks but also stops other unpermitted applications from running. This process greatly minimizes cyber threats and other rogue applications from running on your network.

Preventing the Weaponization of Legitimate Tools

Normally, applications have access to all the same data as the end user. If an application is absolutely necessary, ThreatLocker® Ringfencing™ can implement Zero Trust controls comparable to, but more granular than, traditional application containment toolsThreatLocker® Ringfencing™ controls what applications are able to do once they are running. By limiting how software can interact on your devices, ThreatLocker® can reduce the likelihood of an exploit being successful or an attacker weaponizing legitimate tools such as PowerShell. These controls can prevent applications from interacting with another application, your files, data, or the internet.

Limiting Application Hopping for Administrators

Elevation Control puts IT administrators in the driver’s seat, enabling them to control specific applications that can run as a local admin without giving users local admin rights. With applications such as QuickBooks that need to run with local admin access, elevation control can limit that access without impacting operational workflow, which can prevent the further spread of an attack, like application hopping, in case there is a breach in the endpoint.

Control Over Storage Devices and Data Access

ThreatLocker® Storage Control provides policy-driven control over storage devices, whether the storage device is a local folder, a network share, or external storage such as a USB drive. Storage Control allows you to set granular policies, such as blocking USB drives or blocking access to your backup share except when your backup application is accessed.